TOPEKA: A Kansas man accused of performing illegal autopsy has been charged in 10 counts of federal wire fraud and the government wants to recover more than $ 1 million in fees paid by customers. The indecency led to 41-year-old Sean Pascals of Lovewood convincing people he would receive an autopsy report from a pathologist, federal prosecutors in Kansas said in a news release.
A lawyer who has represented Parcel in other cases, Eric Kajorli, did not withdraw a message on Thursday morning and asked for comment.
Parcells is a self-taught pathology assistant with no formal education. From 1996 to 2003, Parcel worked as a pathology assistant for the Jackson County Medical Examiner’s Office in Missouri.
Parcells owned National Autopsy Services in Topeka, where they provided private autopsy services. According to the US Attorney for Kansas Stephen McAlester, customers using his service typically spent more than $ 3,000 on the parcel and did a full study of the cause of the death of a family member.
From May 2016 to May 2019, the parcel received a total of more than $ 1.1 million in payments from at least 375 customers, but never reported in full in most cases.
If convicted for the federal count, Parcells could face up to 20 years in prison on each count.
The parcel was banned before providing autopsy services in Kansas. Earlier this year, he was ordered by a Shawnee County court to stop offering any services related to the coronovirus epidemic.
Parcells was offering to perform the swab for the COVID-19 test and to test those who died to see if they tested positive.
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